Away Day: The New Art Gallery Walsall, Saturday 5 November, 2-4pm
Wednesday, October 26, 2016 at 10:44AM
Turning Point West Midlands in Artist Development, Chloe Ashley, Deborah Robinson, New Art Gallery Walsall, Oliver Jones, Professional Development, Zoe Lippett


As part of our new season of Artist and Curator Development activity, we are programming a series of Away Day visits to galleries, studios and other visual arts venues both within the region and beyond. These are designed to explore artist-led activity, to profile the work of artists within the West Midlands and other regions and to create networking opportunities. The first of our visits is to The New Art Gallery Walsall.

The visit will involve a tour of The New Art Gallery (including behind the scenes) by Head of Exhibitions, Deborah Robinson and an opportunity to meet exhibiting artists Oliver Jones (his solo exhibition Divine is on display on the 4th floor until 20 November) and Chloe Ashley, the gallery's current artist in residence. Exhibitions and Artists’ Projects Curator Zoë Lippett will also introduce the Gallery’s Studio programme. To be followed by tea and coffee.

For more information about The New Art Gallery and its current and forthcoming programme click here.

Please meet at 2pm in the 4th floor Exhibition Gallery, Saturday 5 November.

Everyone is welcome.

To book a free place, please contact Anneka French on anneka.french@bcu.ac.uk

 

(Image: Chloe Ashley, Artist Studio-Work In Progress, Silver Gelatin Photographs, Exposed Photography Paper, Walnut, Leather, Pine The Building as Material, The New Art Gallery Walsall, 2016)

 

 

 

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